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the gentleman from washington seek recognition? mr. hastings: mr. speaker, i rise too to claim time in opposition to the motion to recommit. the speaker pro tempore: is the gentleman opposed to the motion? mr. hastings: yes, i am. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for five minutes. mr. hastings: thank you. mr. speaker, first, when we talk about taxes on energy, what we are talking about is raising taxes on the american people and the goods that they would buy because the cost of energy would rise because of that. so that's the first point to the gentlelady's argument. this motion to recommit is nothing more than raising taxes on energy in this country. second point, i find it absolutely ironic that here we are with another i would say political amendment, supposedly dealing with our native american friends. all the time that my friends on the other side of the aisle were in charge, they never brought up anything in energy policy that would secure the rights in indian country for them to take advantage of their own land. we have a title in this bill, title 5, allow
. the journal stands approved. the gentleman from washington. mr. hastings: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous material on h.r. 1965. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 419 and rule 18, the chair declares the house in the seminole house on the state of the union for consideration of h.r. 1965. the chair appoints the gentlewoman from north carolina, ms. foxx, to preside over the ommittee of the whole. the chair: the house is in the committee of the whole house on the state of the union for consideration of h.r. 1965, which the clerk will report by title. he clerk: a bill to streamline john shore energy permitting, providing for onshore leasing certainty and giving certainty to oil shale development for american energy security, nick development, and job creation, and for other purposes. . the chair: the house will be in order. members will please take their conversations off the floor. he committee will be in order. members will
back. the gentleman from washington is recognized. mr. hastings: i yield myself the balance of my time. the chair: the gentleman is recognized. mr. hastings: my good friend, the author of this amendment, opened his remarks by saying this legislation makes it impocket possible to regulate fill in the blank. no, that is not the case. this bill says the primacy of regulation of hydraulic fracturing which has been going on for some 60 years, if a state has it in place, that tate's laws shall be the one we should follow. those states that don't have it this legislation would allow the department of interior's regulations to be there until they change their regular laces. i want to make a point this amendment is about emissions from the process of hydraulic fracturing. nothing in this bill, as i said before, prevents a state from doing what they can do, after all, keep in mind, mr. chairman, those states that have hydraulic fracturing rules may in all likelihood have regulations dealing with the emissions that come from that. nothing in this bill prevents that from happening. what the amendm
. the chair: the gentlewoman -- mr. hastings: would the gentlelady yield to me? ms. hanabusa: yes. mr. hastings: i have no problem with your amendment, it was accepted by a voice vote last congress. it adds more land for energy production and as the gentlelady thoughs i'm in favor of that we accept the gentlelady's amendment and yield back. the chair: the gentlewoman from florida yields back the balance of my time -- of her time. the question season oh theament offered by the gentlewoman from hawaii. those in favor say aye. those opposed, no. in the opinion of the chair the ayes have it. the amendment is agreed to. it is now in order to consider amendment number six printed in part a of house report 113-271. for what purpose does the gentleman from pennsylvania seek recognition? mr. marino: i have an amendment at the desk. the chair: the clerk will report the amendment. the clerk: amendment number six offered by mr. marino of pennsylvania. the chair: the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. marino, and a member opposed each will control five minutes. the cha
only, i'd like to yield 30 minutes to my friend from florida, mr. hastings, pending which i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from georgia is recognized. mr. woodall: mr. speaker, i also ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. the gentleman is recognized. mr. woodall: mr. speaker, i think back to a time when i was a teenager and i came into the gallery and i'm convinced i came in during a rule because the reading clerk was standing there reading line after line after line of material i didn't understand at all. i thought, why in the world is line by line by line of legislation being read? haven't the members already looked at that legislation? haven't they already had time to study it? what i now now ks -- what i know now, mr. speaker, is that the rule is the only piece of legislation this entire body that has to be read word for word here on the floor of the house. my colleague from florida and spent a lot hours up
the joint hastings at ucfs that you're apart of. >> thank you for having me to be here today, as supervisor farrel said, i'm jaime farrel. i'm an associate pate director of the ucfs on law, science and health policy. we do a range of things related to health and education and research and one of the research products we've been working on for the last year and a half relates to transparency health cost and competition. everyone in this room knows health care price transparency received a lot of attention in california and nationally and wide variation on a state to state level and city to city. we at uc hastings have been looking at these issues over the last year and a half in conjunction of ucfs that's focused on the research aspect. we've been looking at the legal analysis and i with my colleagues have recently published a paper in the health care market that addresses these issues. as part of that work, we've been looking at the legal barriers to price transparency. today we were invited to speak about the legal barriers and we're going to focus on two. we're going to focus on c
in the regional capital compare. even in the government's haste and postpone the introduction of attacks. such protests meant the government notice that the next big one is planned the end of the moment. my mom who don't. christine quebec to force political battles together and cons. my mom has a dairy farm and cheese could use it. his is a typically dressed in business. but like many of the commons. he's worried about the agricultural crisis interesting. his future. i only did everyone is talking about the crisis in the agricultural industry but at the moment it is a crisis for manufacturers noah profits no fear of the cover our costs. we've used this immortal. he'd gone to bed. in protest. he says european enlargement is causing the problem as britney simply cars compete with cheap eastern european labor is in the german type of cocoa industry he believes french descent and ascent is the greatest title to britney's progress. this is a look of pity of the bombers the fisherman laborers even employers showed that the demonstration called them up this is not the same as those social movem
. it doesn't feel good. >> rory lit sl a professor of legal ethics at the uc hastings college of law. and a former federal prosecutor. >> both reviewed the facemasks vournding that saturday at the shooing range. >> does that raise questions about the integrity of the investigation? >> it presents issues of appearance, and it could very well lead to the ultimate conclusion that there might bf issues affecting the integrity of the investigation. >> did the sheriff make a mistake by allowing aldon smith to come to this event to shoot her weapons, to fly in her helicopter? >> based on what we know, it sounds like it's a mistake. a mistake in judgment or public perception. yeah. she probably thinks she made a mistake, too. >> at a minimum, the district attorney is probably going to look at the situation and want to talk to the sheriff's office and make sure the investigation wasn't in any way tainted. >> yofrk are i don't think it's wise or justifiable for him to be at the range firing with ammuniti ammunition. >> you think there was something wrong with it? i don't. why aren't they comin
the letter of the apostle paul to the thessalonians. make no haste with those with guns at their rest. you are not to lament over them as the rest of the world does with no hope to live by. we believe, after all, that jesus underwent death and rose again just so when jesus comes back, god will bring back those who have rested through him. ♪ ♪ >> a solemn reading of the bible is followed by a lesson which serves as an additional food for thought. the first of these, for example, certainly reminds us of president kennedy, the just man shall always be repped. he shall fear no evil rapport. he's reading a 13th century hymn. ♪ this is a christian medication on the day of death. a notary public-catholic described this magnificent hymn as solitary in its excellence, the secret of its irresistible power lies in the awful grandier of its theme. the simple music of the language, the stately meter, the triple rhythm, all combine to produce an overwhelming effect as if we heard the final crash of the universe, the commotion of the openings of grays, the trumpets of the archangels summoning the l
without which, he had thine are lost. great. oh. him who giveth thee what thou hast and taketh from thine what thou hast not any longer. nor would, on the other hand, not wish to covet from thy neighbor in the first place. thank you, lord. thank you. open your hearts to the lord. praise the lord. open your voices to the heaven and open your wallets to those good souls who will now pass among you with the collection baskets. amen. [music] ♪ onward christian soldiers marching as to war ♪ ♪ with thou cross of jesus going on before ♪ ♪ christ our lord and savior ♪ ♪ leads against the foe forward into ♪ excuse me, sir. i was wondering if you could help me, please. it would be a pleasure, ma'am. how can i help you, ellie? oh, no. no, you're not gonna start that again. start what? look, this note you sent me said that you wanted to apologize. now, do you? of course, i do. well, fine. then i'm gonna stand right here and listen while you apologize, and then i'm gonna go back in there and return to my family and pray to the lord that he will help me to undo the damage that you've do
's an exciting climb and there's a high rise. i think it's the hastings building and it's really top. it has a vertical ladder on top. you are 200 feet up. >> occasionally they have cornices that stick out. they get quite creative how they build them. >> the old ship where you have to climb up to the top. >> the maintenance guy did a good job. people often wonder why fire escapes don't pose a risk of being loose. they are required to penetrate in their structural system and be attached through the building to the inside. in a wood frame building, they actually, bolts have to go through and they have to have a washer and nut on the inside. i would have to have the whole wall removed. they are quite strong. >> we do and someone asked, what is it that you do. i start off by looking at it. is there rust where it meets the building. that's the first indicator. my primary trick is to pick the railing away from the building and see sturdy is it? does the shake the whole wall when i kick it out? otherwise it's rust or a trail of rust >> do you tighten it up? >> if it looks questionable if i go tryin
to hearken to my prayer, and make haste to establish justice, freedom, and peace among men and women and nations. for this we humbly pray, amen. >> now i would like to invite mr. harold fritz to lead us in our pledge of allegiance. >> i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. >> please be seated. it is now my distinct privilege to introduce the members of the veterans day national committee. the committee was formed by presidential order in 1954, to hold an annual observance throughout the nation. please stand when i call your name. harold fritz, president, national congressional medal honor society. norbert ryan junior. korean war veteran associations. the national commander of the g.i. forms. national commander of the jewish war veterans of the usa. national commander of the exprisoners of war. national president of the vietnam veterans of america. commander in chief of the foreign wars of the united states. national president, blinded veterans associ
and hast gotten a lot of ances to play this year but when he has he's been able to take advantagof it. good to have those bs around late in the ye for these big games. >> al:ohn elway, veteran pickup. illips, longtime chargers here, playing well. secondown and ten, caught to the 42 yard line, donnie avery but a penalty. >> cris: thought somebody caught averiry just as he was talking s break. it might havbeen avery. al: right in front of the kansas city bench. >> referee: personal foul defee face mask, 15 yards from the end of the play, number . >> al: tt's mike adams. >> cs: mike adams had a big role whout rahim moore in there and did some nicthings in man coverage. >> al: von miller gog off. th personal foul, kans city a rst down at the 28 yd ne. asamoah trying to work his way back out on tohe field. >> cri i bet you tom brady watching von miller on the sideline tonig. >> al: the pass little high, inmplete but unable toring it in is dwayne we. second down and ten. >> cris:ne thing you notice when you go breang on the incut here blion alex smith and the kansas citchiefs, much more comfortab
. that's a pretty crafty one. word hast that jim harbaugh might alrea have it in his game plan for tomorrow. some jv students coming up with trick plays. >> i think cal is going to use >> i think they need to use anything they can. i know there t second youngest team in dwoigs i football. want them to end on a psitive note. they need something positi this season. >> they had some offense this >> yeah, they always do. >> just a touch of the defense thing need. that would work out well. >> thank you mute di. >> thanks for choosing nbc bay area news at 6:00. we'll see you back here at 11:00. >>> you're watchingn nbc bay area special. tonight, class action. they say first year teaching is hard and first year impmenting is going to be hard. >> school acrs the bay area starrolling out new academi learning. for a neway of >> trying to really encourage much deeper understanding. >>ut onef the original architects of the plan has turned into one o its biggest critics. >> the final version of common disaster. omething of a >>t'siving commands to a computer and givin commands to a compur
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. that is what hast -- that happened last summer. i would rather be the judicial candidate then mel watt. i think when it came to the housing appointment, that is a real fundamental policy difference. and you had conservative groups say they will score it which is one of the other reasons it was -- the republicans decided to stand firm. on the judicial appointment, the kinds of cases that court gets right now, it is 3-3 and they have retired judges command. the republicans are concerned that if obama gets an appointment that is going to tilt the court. that court also is a feeder to the u.s. supreme court. chief justice roberts was on that court. that is another reason that judicial appointment to that court, they are very sensitive. toare we not getting closer the day when they will blow up the filibuster? wrecks on appointments if they do not cut a deal. it would not be on show -- on judicial. >> let's get one thing straight about mel watt. this would be the first time in 160 years that a member of congress has been denied confirmation by the senate. outrageous. at the same time that fannie mae
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committee, mr. hastings, as well as the chame of the science committee, the gentleman from texas, mr. smith. these are significant pieces that will move our nation forward and i reserve the balance of my time. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from utah reserves. the gentleman from colorado is recognized. mr. polis: i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for as much time a as he may consume. mr. polis: i thank the jelled from utah for yielding me the customary 30 minutes. nor body to spend the final week baffer week-long break, one of the final weeks of the year, third to last week of the legislative year, considering messaging bills that aren't going anywhere is a disservice to this country and one of the reasons this institution is as unpopular as it is. rather than taking on immigration reform, rather than protecting americans from employment discrimination, both bills that passed the senate with strong majorities including many republicans, we are instead debating a bill to move backwards rather than forwards. h.r. 1965 and h
where they are? well, this is published by michelle simon, a former graduate of uc-hastings, and a former research associate. and now a word from our sponsor. academy of nutrition and dietetics. are america's nutrition professionals in the pocket of big food? how about this? co-opting health professionals. i give a talk at the american academy of pediatrics and of tober, 2009, and i had this slide. -- in october, 2009. and they said if you show the slide, we will not let you on the dais. i had to take it out, but i'm showing it now. here is what has happened to our food dollars. 1982, 30 years ago, 2012. meat down 10%, because we were told to go low-fat. fruits and vegetables exactly the same. everyone tells us, we need to get more. we are eating all the fruits and vegetables we can. grains and baked goods. up 1%. . not even a big deal dairy products down from 13% to 10% because we are all lactose intolerant. finally, processed foods and sweets. 22.9%, a doubling in 30 years. that is where the money went. that is what you are paying for, and that is what is causing the chron
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animate that that will walk and talk then it will go dead. and that spark of legitimacy hast to come from within said with a couple places of nigeria that happen to be resilient, libya and it comes from an urban population that will be dominant of the next generation. >> host: david thank you very much. this concludes our portion. [applause] the was an excellent talk and saw a really good discussion from the participants in the audience. he will be here to sign copies of the book. i have read more than 30 percent of the book but it is so readable i cannot tell you how great it is. it is rich reading so i encourage you to look at it. >> if you have insomnia i recommend it. >> figure for coming
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the group that is working at us hasting but cusf and ann from the california hospital association as well as mrs. robage from kaiser who is here as well. i want to thank you for being here and mr. melcom thank you for coming up for this hearing. >> thank you for inviting me for this important session. i'm going to talk about the elephant in the room and the factors that's causing that which is rising prices in our health care system. so some back thing and the things i'm going to cover is the price competition has benefited californians. and this trends provides consolidations and other actions that reduced the competitiveness. there's emerging health insurance that's going to make problems for consumers in terms of transparency. we're going to need private sectors and despite being an economist, i think we're going to need to mandate minimum disclose laws. this began in 1925 through 2011 and as you can see it grew from $120 in 1995 to 18 plus hundred dollars. the line isn't straight up. the physical -- the first part is flat between 1995 and 1999. we had a lot of price competiti
about the transparency from council and kaiser, it's clear that the hastings is what we need to get the transparency we need. i won't speak on that next item when that comes up, but thank you for your work and pursuing this and you have a partner in the house of labor to make sure this happens, thank you. >> thank you very much. are there any other members the public who wish to comment on items one or two. we call them both together. okay. seeing none. public comment is closed. i would like to wrap up here by thanking everyone who came today and especially those who put in the hard work, like lisa and the union workers and all the speakers that came and many flew from out of town and i want to thank our state hospital council and i want to thank kaiser for being here. we are uniformly in agreement that transparency is something that we need to pursue as a city. there's no disputing the facts about rising health care cost. i think some of the most stark slides that we've seen today are in rising health care prices verses income and it's eating up our family's income in san
to -- >> who, like reed hastings or somebody? >> like reed hastings. >> why would reed hastings leave what he has? >> you say reed hastings is more successful in technology than bill gates? >> no. but it's a different category. >> he's a very smart guy. >> and i don't even know whether you see that about balmer. >> here's the thing. when you look at -- marissa mayer going back to yahoo! or going to yahoo! for the first time and what that did to reinvigorate the brand and the ability to attract talented engineers and excitement, that's what you want. >> now you're positive on her. >> yes. in terms of what she has been able to -- >> that was a brand that has been left for dead. >> yeah. but you were not positive about whether she was the one to do this at yoo-hoo. >> no, no, what i said was -- is she a visionary? >> i'm not sure. i don't know if she's a visionary or not. >> is she doing a good job at yahoo! in terms of corporate strategy? >> i think she's doing a fine job. i think the stock has run up more in large part because of the valuations of alibaba rather than -- >> that's what you said
the things that president bush instituted in the reason is that he knows he hasted u.s. commander in chief but then he gives a speech to months ago this war on terror house to end it has gone on and he elaborates how is the democracy and he is running the largest spying operation in our history and talks about our privacy? the commander in chief, every time he opens his mouth he says i don't really blood to do it. i will declare the pork and unilaterally he thought he did that in iraq and pulled out to undermine successes. there is a problem with sap. there is a guy on the other side and and tell him besides the war is over he gives speeches that morally disarm your own people that how much is harming the core. how would you expect to get popular support? at that point he says paul out of afghanistan. if you don't give a speech in six years then you don't get popular support. his rhetoric and undermines and leads to philosophical incoherence. he has not even stopped after he has space been for half a decade. isn't that? you denounce it every day it was terrible. i don't agree at tel. if an
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